Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Mickey Hart Barn on 1976-06-01
- Phil Lesh and Friends
Work Tapes developing the “non-Garcia/Hunter parts” of Terrapin Station
Related Music question-dark
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
|01 Flyer Jam 1|
|02 Flyer Jam 2|
|03 Transit and Siding (lyrics)|
|04 Transit and Siding (instr)|
|05 Flyer (instr with piano)|
|06 Flyer Siding Refrain|
Phil Lesh - bass, acoustic guitar
Mickey Hart - drums, percussion
Jim McPherson - vocals, piano (on 3 -> 6)
Another rare studio tape from the days of Bob Gurman and Alan Bershaw trading in the 1970s. Nice quality work tapes from Mickey's barn studio in 1976. Lesh, Hart and Jim McPherson developing the non-Garcia/Hunter parts of the Terrapin Station suite. Some of these had a jazzier feel than the album versions ended up, but whats really interesting is that McPherson is singing lyrics we never knew existed. I think this is uncirculated but if more or better quality exists please share it. I like these other parts and wish the band had explored them more on stage. -Rob
- 2016-06-30 11:08:59
- Novato, CA
- Source: Studio-> ? -> Bob Gurman’s Cassette (no dolby)-> Alan Bershaw’s Maxell UD 35-90 1/4 track reel @7.5ips Transfer: Bershaw’s 1/4 track reel @7.5ips (Revox A-77) -> Pro Tools -> wav 44.1/16 -> xAct -> Flac
- Mickey Hart Barn
Subject: grateful dead ....thats a stretch
Subject: Alternate lyrics
Subject: Another layer to the onion...
I agree this ought to be tagged Grateful Dead. It is not Phil Lesh and Friends, which to me is an incarnation way past 1976. It's Phil, Mickey and Jim working on parts as members of the GD, not Phil with a side project.
Music itself is interesting to hear once. More cohesive than some outtakes I've heard.
Shouldn't this be tagged GD since it's really GD? No one will look for it here tagged thusly.
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